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Proven Winners University


Proven Winners<sup>®</sup> University



Here's an example of one of
our most popular videos. 

This is a series of quick, informative videos (2-5 minutes long) that can be used weekly to educate your garden center employees on key topics. We call it the Proven Winners® University.

To receive these videos each week by email, you must complete the Certification Training Program. Once you successfully completed certification, you will be given the opportunity to sign up to receive this bonus material. 

If you have already become certified but have not yet signed up, you may still Sign Up for Proven Winners University. (NOTE: You will need to provide your 2018 certification test key.) If you do not know your test key, please contact Sandy at 815-895-1872 or email


COURSE LIST -  NEW courses for 2018 are listed in green

  • Pollinators
    • Shrubbin' For Pollinators
    • Perennial Pollinator Magnets
    • Bring On the Pollinators
    • Raising Crown Bees for High Yields
  • Proven Winners Marketing
    • Why Proven Winners Plants
    • Setting Up a Store Within a Store
    • How to Build a Display
    • Store Within a Store Destination
    • Store Within a Store - Step by Step
    • Gardener's Idea Book
    • Pink Day Overview
  • Consumer Success - Selling Tips
    • Three Questions for Plant Selection
    • Best Practices for Best Plants
    • Healthy Plants Lead to Happy Gardeners
    • Fragrant Perennials
    • Supertunias What's the Differences
    • Using Perennials for Cut Flowers
    • New Shrub Varieties
    • Landscape Shrub of the Year
    • Hydrangea Problem Solving
  • Containers
    • Container Maintenance - Trimming Equals Winning
    • Keep Containers Singing
    • Sensational Container Shrubs
  • Local Garden Conditions
    • Our Shady Go To's
    • Dynamite Perennials for Dry Conditions
    • Regional Varieties:
    • Northeastern Zones 4-5
    • Northeastern Zones 6-7
    • Southwestern Zones 4-7
    • Southeastern Zones 7-8
    • Midwest Zones 4-5
    • Midwest Zones 6-7
    • Northern US and Canada Zones 2-4
    • Northern US and Canada Zones 5-6
    • Pacific Northwest Zones 4-6
    • Pacific Northwest Zones 7-9
  • Garden Pests
    • No More 'Oh Deer!' Shrubs
    • Deer and Rabbit Resistant Perennials
    • Garden Pests
  •  Plant & Care
    • Fertilization Tips for Shrubs
    • Iconic Annuals
    • Fertilization Tips for Perennials
    • Hydrangea Problem Solving
    • Landscape Shrub of the Year
    • Overwintering Perennials and Shrubs
    • Working with Superbells®



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